Checking out the Met Museum on the Central Park Moonlight Ride

TIME'S UP! is a New York City-based not-for-profit direct-action environmental group that uses events and educational programs to promote a more sustainable, less toxic city.

TIME'S UP! campaigns support objectives shared globally and locally by people like you. We're community-based and all volunteer. It's easy to participate: JOIN!

Check out our 25th Anniversary Timeline of events and accomplishments.

Coney Island Bike Ride

Coney Island Cyclone Bike Ride
Friday, July 28th

**Three Meet-Up Times and Locations**
7pm @ Manhattan side of the Brooklyn Bridge (SW corner of Chambers & Centre St)
7:40pm @ Carroll St. Drawbridge in Brooklyn (Carroll St. Btwn Nevins and Bond)
8:00pm @ 69 St. Pier in Brooklyn at the Shore Parkway bicycle path entrance (68th St. Past Owl's Head Park & bear right)

Street Art Bike Ride

Street Art Bike Ride
Sunday, July 16th, 12:00 noon-2:30pm &
Sunday, August 20th, 12:00-2:30pm

99 South 6th Street, Brooklyn

Our gallery is on the streets, and we want to share it, pointing out famous and hidden spots throughout the city. We'll be covering the Williamsburg and Bushwick neighborhoods of Brooklyn.

The Clearwater Festival is back on again this year and Time's Up will be there doing valet bike parking right at the front entrance. The Clearwater Great Husdon River Revival, a musical and environmental festival will take place June 17th and 18th at Croton Point Park. You can check out more about it here, and you can read more about Time's Up's valet bike parking here.

bikes for sale

Time's Up! bicycle co-op is now offering inexpensive bicycles from its 'recycle a bike' program, starting at $100 to $185. This is a very practical, Dutch style non-gender-specific recycled bicycle, tuned up & ready to ride. Each bike includes front and rear fenders, brakes, chain guard, and a kick stand. Excellent for riding in the rain and versatile for many different clothing options. The kind of bike that will last forever. 

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